We strive to create a secure environment which enables each child to develop self-esteem, values and a sense of the worth and dignity of all people.  Our curricula and activities foster identification with the Unitarian Universalist purposes and principles, based on an understanding of our own and other religious values.

Unitarian Universalist Principles

We believe:

  • Each and every person is important.
  • All people should be treated fairly.
  • Our congregations are places where all people are accepted and where we keep on learning together.
  • Each person must be free to search for what is true and right in life.
  • Everyone should have a vote about the things that concern them.
  • In working for a peaceful, fair and free world.
  • In caring for our planet.

Sources of Unitarian Universalism

We learn:

  • That being a part of life is a wonderful mystery.
  • About strong and good women and men who have lived fair and kind lives.
  • To appreciate the wisdom of different peoples. This inspires us to live better lives.
  • That our Jewish and Christian roots tell us of God’s love and teach us to love our neighbors as ourselves.
  • From those that believe in the goodness of all human beings, the value of using our own minds as we live our lives.
  • And celebrate the circle of life and rhythms of nature embodied in Earth-centered traditions.